Problem: The element antimony has an atomic weight of 121.757 amu and only two naturally occurring isotopes. One isotope has an abundance of 57.3% and an isotopic mass of 120.904 amu. What is the mass of the other isotope? A) 52.479 amu B) 121.757 amu C) 122.393 amu D) 122.610 amu E) 122.902 amu

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The element antimony has an atomic weight of 121.757 amu and only two naturally occurring isotopes. One isotope has an abundance of 57.3% and an isotopic mass of 120.904 amu. What is the mass of the other isotope?

A) 52.479 amu

B) 121.757 amu

C) 122.393 amu

D) 122.610 amu

E) 122.902 amu

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